Rhode Island now using military personnel to ‘hunt down’ New Yorkers over coronavirus

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(THE BLAZE) Rhode Island is deploying the National Guard and state police to “hunt down” certain people over the coronavirus.

According to Bloomberg News, military personnel and police officers are searching for individuals from New York who are seeking refuge in The Ocean State. Any New Yorkers found in the state will be forced to undergo a 14-day quarantine. If they do not comply, they will be subject to fines and jail time.

On Friday police began stopping cars with New York license plates. On Saturday, National Guard troops will begin going door-to-door in search of New Yorkers.

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